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pollution. while prices here in the bay area are high it's even higher in los angeles with some stations have actually passed the $5 mark. a few of the station owners have actually shut down the pumps rather than charging the higher price to break even. reporting live in san jose janine de la vega ktvu channel 2 news. >>> in election news this morning republican presidential nominee mitt romney is talking about his controversial comments on the 47%. >> i was completely wrong. and i believe however that my life has shown that i care about it 100%. >> video surfaced of romney showing nearly half of americans americans are victims depending on the government. the obama campaign is regrouping following wednesday's debate in denver. some democrats say they are surprised that president obama didn't bring up mitt romney's 47% comment. the campaign said the president was focusing on the moderators questions. both are waiting for the latest jobs report. they will release september numbers in less than 30 minutes nod. coming up at 5:15 we will take you to our washington, d.c. bureau with more on w
by the district attorney from los angeles county, steve cooley, a republican and tough on crime and one of the leading proponents of the death penalty in california. and the naacp legal defense fund, one of the most progressive supports organizations in the country. between some professors at stanford, steve cooley's office in los angeles, and in the naacp legal defense fund, we crafted prop 36. i think it keeps the core of the three strikes law, life sentences for violent crimes -- we're not changing that. but it eliminates life sentences for nine series, nonviolent crimes. >> grover norquist supports it? >> he does. so does george shultz. and other leading republicans throughout california and the country because i think they realize first of all it is a waste of money, proposition 36 will save california over $100 million every year. but even more important, it is just down effective government policy. it is not effective public safety. >> i want to turn to those who argue in favor of the three strikes law. this is california state senator tom harman speaking to the new york times ma
" is on the move to its final location. early this morning, it left los angeles international airport. going to be moved 12 miles down the highway. to prepare, crews had to cut down 400 trees and take down dozens of traffic lights. in some places the shuttle will actually come within inches of buildings. the shuttle will be moving very slowly as well, only 2 miles an hour. it's going on display at the california science museum. >>> the mars land rover curiosity appears to have made a very surprising yet familiar find on the red planet. while testing rocks for chemical compositions, curiosity uncovered a rock that is the first of its kind on mars but very similar to the ones that are often found here on earth around hawaii and other pacific islands. nasa, though, is being very careful when it comes to describing what this means. curiosity landed there in august and is trying to uncover whether there was ever life on mars. >>> the defense department is hoping the government and businesses can come together to stop cyber attacks. defense secretary leon panetta says a public-private partnership
across los angeles with unforeseen obstacles. >> over 100 people are hurt after a fireworks display goes wrong in china. one of the fireworks shoots into the crowd. >> the detroit tigers have come to yankee stadium and taken the first two. >> the cardinals take game one. >> all that. >> i come in around 6:30 and say the opposite of whatever rachel maddox says the night before and that usually works. >> i'm going ring the bell here. >> on cbs "this morning". >> it's not an early halloween party. it's new york's comic-con. >> it's a great place to find it's new york's comic-con. >> it's a great place to find out what batman would look like. captioning funded by cbs welcome to cbs "this morning". i'm charlie rose in new york. nod is in washington. president obama and mitt romney have quit campaigning they are too busy preparing for tomorrow's second presidential debate. >> a new politico george washington washington university battleground poll shows obama leading romney by one-point. the race is tied. nancy cordes is here. good morning. >> reporter: good morning to you, norah. they want a
. yonda harris was stopped in los angeles last week. it was ruled he was a flight risk. he had checked in bags containing body bags, a smoke grenade and a biohazard suit. >> a judge will decide if a north bay teen will stand trial for attempted murder and car theft. he is now 18 but he was 17 when he was charged with the felonies. he is a accused of attempted murder in a drive by shooting. >> there is a new memorial in concord to honor a father and daughter struck and killed by an suv in april. a tree was planted near a memorial bench honoring the 41 -year-old and his 9-year-old daughter. a 17-year-old driver of the suv pleaded guilty to manslaughter with gross negligence and reckless driving. his sentencing is in ten days. >>> the bay area woman injured when a pickup truck drove up onto a sidewalk is making progress in her recovery. she was injured on september 8th. her mother-in-law sherri hicks died in the accident. she had serious injuries but is reportedly making significant strides in her recovery. her husband is documenting her trip back to health on the website caring bridg
. >>> the space shuttle "endeavour" completed a very long journey home across los angeles with some unforeseen obstacles. >>> over 100 people are hurt after a fireworks display goes horribly wrong in china. one of the fireworks shoots into the crowd. >>> the detroit tigers have come to yankee stadium and taken the first two. >> the cardinals take game one. >>> offensive coordinator tom -- >> i come in around 6:30. i just say the opposite of whatever rachel maddow says the night before. >> all that matters. >> mitt romney has laid it all out there. >> i'm going to ring the bell here. go back to your corners. >> on "cbs this morning." >> it's not an early halloween party. it's new york's comic con. >> a great place to find out what batman would look like if he ate his feelings. >>> welcome to "cbs this morning." i'm charlie rose in new york. norah o'donnell is in washington. president obama and governor romney have quit campaigning for now. they're too busy preparing for tomorrow's second presidential debate. >> in a new politico/george washington university battleground poll shows the president
. the vast majority came from donations of $250 or less. at a fund-raiser in los angeles on sunday, president obama mocked romney for vowing to cut funding to pbs. >> when he was asked what he would do to cut spending, he said he would go after public television. so for all of you moms and kids out there, don't worry, someone is finally cracking down on big bird. elmo has made a run for the border. governor romney plans to let wall street run wild again, but he is bringing the hammer down on "says mystery." >> five alleged backers about, have been extradited to the u.s. from britain after long-running legal battles. muslim cleric, abu hamza al- masri, and watch others arrived after the european court of human rights rejected their appeals. he's been years in prison in britain on a conviction of inciting racial hatred and soliciting murder. a federal grand jury indicted him in 2004 on allegations of supporting al qaeda and aiding a fatal kidnapping in yemen. his lawyers had appealed his a extradition to the u.s. by citing european statutes barring inhumane and degrading treatment. two others w
along with you. keep dreaming. keep doing. go long. >> shepard: the los angeles police department is now looking into whether the notorious man son family could have been responsible for more than a dozen murders that have been unsolved for decades on end. but there is a federal judge in texas who is blocking access to this potential evidence. as the story goes, charles manson and his followers were convicted some four decades ago of some of the most brutal killings in the history of our nation. a series of grizzly murders in the los angeles area back in 1969. seven victims in all, including the actress sharon tate who was 8 and a half months pregnant. charles manson and several of his followers are still locked up in prison in california but around the time of the original crimes, one of those followers may have admitted to more killings, in audio recordings with his attorney. now the l.a.p.d. wants access to those recordings. but the judge ruled the cops cannot have them because they are currently tied up in a bankruptcy case. trace gallagher is in los angeles. did the cops say that th
station in the western part of los angeles, the regular price, $4.99 a gallon, premium, $5.19 down the street at a different gas station, you will find the regular gas price at $5.39 and, as you might imagine, consumers are not so happy with prices this high. >> so they're jumping on us quickly and takes forever to t them back down. that is ridiculous. >> $10 in gas is not giving me a quarter of a tank if i made to put in $10 in gas. that is out of control and almost $5 a gallon. >> i ride my bike to work due to the gas prices. they have been increasing and i can't afford it. >> reporter: what is causing the higher prices? thnumber of reasons one, demand is up. two, california has a stricter standard for gas. you can't buy from surrounding states and on top of that, a number of refineries refining the gas for california have gone down. there was a major oil refinery fire in the bay area in august and a couple of others have gone offline as l. you add that up, that means there is less gas on the market, more demand, prices come up, which doesn't make consumers happy. the governor si
to slowly move through the streets of los angeles as it travels to the california science center. late last night the process was delayed for a few hours as crews prepared for it to cross a major overpass. crews also had to take down power lines for a short time leaving hundreds of people without power for that time. >> a tight squeeze there. >> it was a tight squeeze. no room for error. but what a spectacular sight. >>> the time is 9:06. coming up some new apple buzz. we have the must have item that could be announced this month. >> that's right. plus the investigation into google that could lead to a lawsuit against the search engine. >>> and there as new trend of early holiday shopping. what items should you go for now? what should you wait for? what's the best to buy online? we've had expert advice on all of that, next. >> we will continue to recover from the nats' heart breaker last night. how are you handling the loss this morning? share your pain. we're sharing it with you all online. join the conversation facebook and twitter. just search what makes the sleep number store different?
are in the los angeles area where some stations are charging as much as $5.69 war gallon. drivers are paying as much as $4.60 in san francisco. $4.54 in san jose. >>> 4:36 is the time. sal, i know when i see the ending number to fill up my car. you know when it's up. >> i know when it's up. it's gone occupy $0.30 in the last two days. i'm walking. >> i'm riding my beach cruiser. >> there you go. good morning, everybody. let's take a look at the commute. traffic is moving along pretty well. i know you can't walk many times so let's take a look at the roads. 80 westbound that looks pretty good. if you drive early if you want to save on gas, don't do any idling in slow traffic. right now is a good time to be on the road. westbound 80 looks good. also the morning commute looks good at the bay bridge toll plaza. you've been hearing us say all week really how it's going to be quite a weekend in san francisco so if you are taking your car into the city, a word to the wise it will be tough, it's going to be crowded all weekend long. we will be saying that again just so you know. there goes cal train
facilities in los angeles, talair ri and -- 3 people in six states came down with fungal meningitis and five died. >> i haven't be safely giving end epidural steroid injections for 22 years. >> the symptoms include a slurred speech, trouble walking, fever, nausea and severe headache. >>> american is blamed for a shooting at a hotel. police say an american man grabbed a hotel security guard's gun and began firing in to a crowded dining room. he killed a kitchen worker before police shot him dead. police say the gunman had been working at the hotel as part of a work study program that brings jews to israel. he identified only as a 23 year old man from new york, the shooting happened in the red sea resort city, packed with people now on holiday. >>> intense search in the lake tahoe area for an inmate who escaped hours before he was due in prison. he was granted a 3-hour release to take care of personal business before he was transferred from jail to prison. he asked to be driven to a hospital in south lake tahoe and he took off. he was due in prison on charges of spousal battery. >>> story y
: president obama at a star-studded fundraising concert in los angeles sunday heads to san francisco today with romney's poll numbers improving. >> they're looking very good. i feel very good. >> reporter: after the debate, romney is within two points of the president. and tomorrow, both candidates head to ohio, battleground ohio, where early voting is already under way. tomorrow is the last day to register to vote there. veronica? >> thank you. mitt romney will deliver that major policy speech before noon eastern, but the obama campaign is issuing a preemptive strike with this new tv ad criticizing the republican candidate's past foreign policy faux pas. take a look. >> reckless. amateurish. that's what news media and fellow republicans called mitt romney's gaffe-filled july tour of england, israel, and poland, when our u.s. diplomats were attacked in libya, "the new york times" said romney's response showed an extraordinary lack of presidential character. >> the obama campaign said this will be romney's seventh speech on foreign policy. >>> venezuelan president hugo chavez gets to keep h
at a star-studded fundraising concert in los angeles sunday, heads to san francisco today with romney's poll numbers improving. >> they're looking very good. >> reporter: after the debate, reuters puts mitt romney within two points of the president. tomorrow we'll see both candidates in ohio. there's good reason for that. tomorrow is the last day voters there can register to vote. >> tracie potts in washington, thank you. mitt romney will deliver that major policy speech before noon eastern, but the obama campaign is issuing a preemptive strike with this new tv ad criticizing the republican candidate's past foreign policy faux pas. take a look. >> reckless. amateurish. that's what news media and fellow republicans called mitt romney's gaffe-filled july tour of england, israel, and poland, when our u.s. diplomats were attacked in libya, "the new york times" said romney's knee jerk response showed an extraordinary lack of presidential character. >> the obama campaign sed this will be romney's seventh speech on foreign policy. >>> venezuelan president hugo chavez gets to keep his job for anothe
to "cbs this morning." i'm charlie rose in los angeles. norah o'donnell is in new york. new poles show the race between president obama and governor mitt romney is getting tighter. a new quinnipiac "new york times" poll of likely voters in three crucial swing states has come out. >> in that poll romney had a mild lead. it was the president who led by a point. in wisconsin mr. obama's lead is three points. he had been up six in that state. however, in virginia the president has increased his lead to five points. that's up one from the previous poll. and tonight the focus will be on the vice presidential candidates as they face off in their only debate. jan crawford is at the debate site in danville, kentucky. jan, good morning. >> good morning, nora. romney is really gaining ground in our polls because of his debate performance last week. now the pressure is on biden to try to stop some of that momentum or at least to change the subject. appearing positive but all business, paul ryan arrived late wednesday in kentucky to crowds of well wishers. earlier in the day ryan took a break from
to the south towards bakersfield and los angeles. we'll hold onto the cloud cover. we traced in the circulation here and there's a good bet that cloud cover will continue to move in. in forecast model generating a few light showers focused in the south bay, possibly the east bay. as we do expand this view, we hold onto the possibility of some spotty sprinkles. the cloud cover on the increase into saturday morning but another weak system fizzles out over name. as far as today, these readings on the cool side. not much of a warmup. chance of a shower for today. maybe a few sprinkles for the first half of the weekend and then all of the clouds clear out and then by sunday, monday, temperatures could approach the mid-80s so a significant bounce in numbers. but for today, we'll keep it cool. >> thank you. >> sure. >>> national zoo veterans say their giant panda cub died because of liver and lung programs. this is panda cam video of the mother and baby. it was taken before the 6-day- old cub died. her wrungs why underdeveloped and did not provide enough oxygen to her liver. scientists say the infant
to cbs "this morning." i'm nod and charlie rose is in los angeles. >> unfortunately i couldn't see the game but seeing those two home runs makes you question anybody who says baseball can't be exciting. >> that's right. very exciting. lots of news this morning. first the pakistani taliban says it's not done with the 14-year-old girl that it tried to gill. but this morning governments and ordinary citizens around the world are standing up for her and for her fight to get girls education. the local government is offering a $104,000 award for information leading to her attackers but she does remain in critical condition. mark phillips is in london with her story. good morning. >> reporter: the latest medical bulletin on malala yousufzai's condition is she's still critical, still unconscious, and still on a ventilator and doctors removed a bullet lodged near her spine and moving her to another hospital with better critical care facilities. >> chances are for several days. fairly good chances. >> reporter: it's been two days since the taliban in pakistan tried to kill malala yousufzai.
mostly sunny 6. miami 86. chicago a little rain there 72. dallas partly cloudy 84. los angeles mostly cloudy, 69. now for a check of today's national forecast. rain and mountain snow will roll into the west but it will be dry in southern california. showers and thunderstorms will develop across much of the midwest. thunderstorms are possible across arkansas, oklahoma and northwestern texas. and it will be a nice day in the northeast. >>> on the cbs moneywatch two tech giants launch big products this week and nissan recalls thousands of vehicles. >> reporter: good morning. asian markets made a late recovery after the yen the pole a two month low against the dollar helping exporters. tokyo's nikkei rose a fraction. ong kong's hang seng added a half of a%. wall street hopes to rebound after a sour week to the week. blue chips tumbled on friday. the dow lost 205 points the biggest loss in four months. the nasdaq was down 67. the price at pump continue to go down. the national average cost for a gallon of regular is $3.68. that's 11 cents less then a week ago and 15 cents less than a month
in oklahoma city with 31 in miami. 32 in los angeles, expected to warm up to 35 by thursday. here's your extended forecast. >>> one more story before we go. living through the invention of radio, television, and the airplane, a 115-year-old in northwestern japan renewed his record as the world's oldest living man. jiro-emon kimura set a guinness world record for oldest man both last year and this year. he was born in april 1897. an editor went to kimura's home on monday and presented him with a certificate of the record. >> thank you very much. >> kimura worked at a post office and lived by farming after he retired. he spends much of his day in bed but does not have any significant health problems. he has 25 great grandchildren and 13 great great grandchildren. the guinness book says the world's oldest man to date christian mortensen from denmark lived 115 yards and 252 days before he died in 1998. kimura cold break that record if he lives to december 28th this year. >>> that's all for now on this edition of "newsline."
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is in los angeles where there is plenty of pain at the pump. so, 50 cents in a week. what is going on? >>reporter: you are right. the president was down the secret from where we are and he drove by the gas stations headed through the state. i can tell you from northern california to southern california yesterday, no matter where you look, you will find prices like this and then a car obscuring the sign but it is $4.99 for regular. others, for regular, it $5.29 and even up to $5.49. it is difficult for a lot of drivers in california. three reasons: one, supply; two, the supply is tied to demand," several of the refineries in california are off line. the refineries make the special blend of gas that california requires that you can not buy from outside state line. when you talk to drivers at good station they sure do feel the pain. take a listen. >> i have never seen gas prices anywhere near this. it is outrageous. shocking. i have a last driving to do. >> i spent almost $70 and it will only last a week. >> it takes forever to get them back down again. it is ridiculous. >> in response,
-admission,ed fines could cost $1 billion annual by 2015. we go live to los angeles with more on that. ouch! dominic. >> reporter: absolutely. look, the fines have come about because hospitals are causing patient re-admissions that could be avoids, jamie, around two-thirds of u.s. hospitals are currently facing fines of patients who have to go back for treatment of severe conditions. for now, it's people who have suffered a heart attack or heart failure or pneumonia and find themselves in the hospital, yet again within 30 days of discharge. it is down to things like poor hygiene, where patients catch infections like mrsa or making sure that pates take their meds or get support at home. it's basic stuff. >> hand washing is a big issue. medication adherence is a big issue, a lot of patients will get discharged, go home and maybe they can't pay for or don't have the ability to pick up the drug they need and they end up noncompliant and they are back in the e.r. within 7 or 14 days. >> reporter: jamie, the fines medicare's imposing will average $125,000 annual per hospital. so for america's 2200 hospita
through the straights of los angeles at a whopping 2 miles per hour. the 12-mile trip will make 46 hours, and it ends tomorrow night. >>> the detroit tigers and san francisco giants are a step closer to the world series. the tigers shut out the oakland aest to advance to the championship series. the giants posed out the reds to reach the nlcs after losing their first two games at home. they had to win three on the road which is pretty darn impressive. their opponents will be decided tonight. the baltimore orioles, beat the yankees 2-1 in 13 innings in the bronx to force a game five in their series. everyone is rooting for the orioles. the washington nationals scored a walk-off win against the st. louis cardinals. that sets the stage for a game five in that series. i was in washington when jason worth hit that home run. washington went bonkers. i swear you could hear the screams on the streets anywhere. very exciting. game five there as well. soledad? >> and how did your red sox do last night? oh, wait a minute. >> they didn't lose. they were undefeated yesterday. unlike the yankees who w
, right? >> pete: that's great. >> steve: joining us now from los angeles, howie long and terry bradshaw. good morning to both of you. >> gretchen: you would have kept the money, wouldn't you? that's what you're laughing about? >> no, no. we were thinking if terry could bring one of these big gals to one of those beer things. >> gretchen: bring one of those what? >> big gals. [ laughter ] >> steve: jerry -- >> gretchen: i'll run the race with you, terry. >> steve: are you offering to run one of those races like we just saw on the great state of maine where the husbands carry their wives so that they can win the big beer award? >> i don't have a wife. you know what i mean. if i did, i don't think i would be getting 500 pounds of beer, whatever. my gal has to be small. i got a bad backers my man. >> steve: got to be small. >> gretchen: so first of all, hats off to you for being up at 4:30 a.m. los angeles time after your big day yesterday. you guys, you got it going on. >> we're good. >> gretchen: okay. >> thanks for having us. >> gretchen: great. we want to get your thoughts on this becau
at the california science center in los angeles. she is taking her sweet little time. adam housley is live in l.a. how long is this? >> reporter: yeah, bill, some people might call this two-day 12-mile trip a long trip for the shuttle. you might as well call it friday traffic for most people here in los angeles. 12 miles it will take for two days. we have a live look from above to give you a look that the shuttle. it's sitting next to a quiznos shop. people walking here from all over to take a look at this thing. we had a chance to talk with mark kelly who he once commanded this shuttle. here is what he had to say. >> when they took enter surprise, which isn't exactly a real space shuttle. 4w when they took enterprise to new york it went on a barge. but here they have really the challenge and that is getting it through the streets of l.a. >> reporter: back here live you get one more look at it as it sits here in the parking lot. 123million miles it traveled in space, bill they are calling it mission 26, the last couple of miles, as i mentioned 12 miles total over two days before it gets to the
be hard-pressed to find that price in much of los angeles. in fact right here behind me you can see this gas station 4.99 for regular, 5.19 for premium. just down the street, the gas there is 5.39 for regular unleaded. across los angeles, in fact, i drove down the state yesterday from northern california to southern california, no matter where you drive, you're finding gas prices in the high 4s for regular unleaded. people are not happy at all. take a listen to some of the people that we have bumped into about how these gas prices are so extreme. >> just jump them up real quick and it takes forever to get them back down. pretty ridiculous. >> $10 in gas doesn't even give me a quarter of a tank. it's really out of control. i mean it is almost 5 bucks a gallon. >> -- [inaudible] -- due to increase of gas prices. they have been increasing. i can't afford it. >> so these gas prices aren't expected to come down any time soon. why are they so high? there's a couple of reasons according to to experts in the field and those who own the refineries and gas stations. they say one california ha
died in 2010. william lajeunesse with the news live tonight in los angeles. william? >> bill, naco is a small, quiet border town until the sun goes down. for years it was the single busiest spot on the border and today it remain has major drug highway. early this morning, around 2:00 o'clock in the morning, three agents responded when a sensor or typically go off in a given area suggesting a line of illegals or smugglers were coming up a canyon. when agents arrived, gunmen opened fire, an apparent ambush. was was air lifted to tucson medical center in stable condition. another was patrolling on horseback, he was killed. 30-year-old nicholas ivy was born and raised in utah, joined the border patrol four years ago. he leaves behind a wife and two daughters. >> it's been a long day for us, but it's been longer for no one more than a wife whose husband is not coming home. >> the naco station covers about 1200 square miles, including 32 miles of arizona-mexican border. the fear is that the suspects reportedly up to four, made it across the border before this dragnet got fully underway.
appearance before next month's election. the president spent the night in los angeles after an appearance before a roomful of stars last night. he used their performances to make light of his own in last week's debate. >> they just perform flawlessly night after night. i can't always say the same. >> he was referring to singers who took the stage before him. >>> this morning, president obama will visit ke. ne near bakersfield where the home of farm labor leader cesar chavez is being made a national monument. the president will arrive at sfo about 1:40 this afternoon. he has a private fundraising dinner in san francisco then a public concert and rally at bill graham civic auditorium. the president had spend the night in san francisco. >>> republican presidential candidate mitt romney will deliver a speech in virginia calling for the u.s. to take a more assertive role in syria, put conditions on aid to egypt and tighten sanctions on iran. with a month to go to the election national polls show the race for the white house is tightening. >>> right now california is the most expensive place fo
passed away over the weekend in los angeles at the age of 86. >>> a coalition of community groups will gather to launch a boycott of pleb low markets. they want them to -- pueblo markets. they want them to stand up for their employees. mi pueblo claims they are undergoing an audit by the homeland security. if a boycott is launched, the audit will have to be suspended according to dhs policy. >>> state regulators are cracking down on two companies that claim to be an alternative against taxicabs. the commission claims the companies lack the required permits to make sure that drivers are -- are properly licensed for these car services. >>> it is coming up on 7:23. liam m nee -- liam neesan hit the theaters. the see get earned twice as much -- the sequel earned twice as much as the previous one. >> we're already getting the halloween-themed movies in there? >> uh-huh. >> is that what frankenwienie is? >> yes. >>> good morning, everybody. let's go out and take a look at what we have now. traffic is moving along very nicely. i wanted to show you this first. we did have a backup at the
in los angeles, thank you. slightly closer to earth, a sky diver set to put his life on the line to make a world record jump tomorrow and if something goes wrong as he plummets toward the ground, his blood could boil. or his lungs could explode. the dare devil set to make the jump from a cab sewell tomorrow 23 miles above the surface and if all goes well, he'll smash through the sound barrier on his way to a top speed of 690 miles an hour like that. a lot could go wrong. in addition to pressure problems, it could blow out his lungs. he could freeze to death if his protective suit fails. for an idea of how high all of this is, consider that mount everest rises 25,000 feet. jets crews at 35,000 feet. this guy will jump from roughly 120,000 feet. red bull scheduled to stream the whole thing live on the interweb tomorrow morning. good luck. >>> well, it's official. drew brees has done what no one in the nfl history ever has. last night the saints quarterback threw a touchdown pass for the 48th straight game. that is one for the nfl history books. breaking a record of great johnny unitas set
villaraigosa, mayor of los angeles. let me just start with you, mayor. how does tonight's debate, when probably between 50 million people watching and going back and forth to the baseball games, how does he reach them tonight? what does he do tonight to get them rock 'n' rolling, going to do absentee ballot, we're going to vote? how does he do it? >> the format, the questions from the audience, obviously, and he has to answer and then pivot. he has to hit mr. romney's record. just because mr. romney says it, doesn't mean it's so. we saw it in the last debate he says a lot of things, none of which are based on fact or are true. particularly his misrepresentation of our record on medicare, which, as you know the president extends medicare and reinforces it. his own record on medicare, where he wants to turn it into voucher care. and a coupon program. so, he has to be very aggressive about defending his record and putting mr. romney on his heels to explain why he says one thing and then another and then another every single day, it seems. >> gene, i'm worried people my kids' age, someone who never
in los angeles to explain it. domonic? >> reporter: hi there, harris. what's incredible about the story is just how bad hospitals are behaving over some very basic practices in health care. they're getting fined for failures that they could easily avoid. take a look. being rushed to the hospital isn't a one-time visit for some patients. two-thirds of america's hospitals see readmissions within 3r 30 days for certain illnesses often caused by lack of sanitation where patients contract infections like mrsa. >> hand washing is a big issue. medication adherence is a big issue where a lot of patients get discharged, go home, and maybe they can't pay for or don't have the ability to pick up the drugs they need. they're non-compliant with the medication and you end up with them back in the er in seven days. >> reporter: earlier in the month medicare started finding hospitals with high rates of readmission. the fines are restricted to readmission cases related to just three conditions, that's heart attacks, heart failure, and pneumonia. it's unclear how much of an anti-dote it will be to curing
has stood on the right side of history. >> from los angeles to talk more about this, women's health advocate and president obama's supporter, sandra flope. good to have you here. good to see how the debates and the campaign pivoted in to women's issues last night supposed to be the theme of foreign policy. both mitt romney and the president were talking about a lot of things directed at women and mitt romney specifically bringing up gender equality. through the arab spring. is that something that struck you? >> it did. and i think both president obama and mr. romney see foreign policy as something that women care about. and see how we treat women in other countries and our work to encourage their education and development as being an important part of the foreign policy. obama has an extensive record on this both standing with young girls like malala who are fighting for their right to education and also empowering women in a development strategy for developing countries. >> so as we break things down to look at them from gender, the latest nbc/"wall street" poll shows while they're
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